Friday, September 28, 2007

I'm IN!

Ha! I'm with all the cool kids on Ravelry! I spent all day uploading, annotating, all that. There's very few finished objects on my Ravelry website because there's so many of them. It asks for yarn, needle size, pattern info, yech. I finished some of these several years ago, how can I remember all that? Heck, the brain hurts while thinking of what I had for lunch yesterday, never mind years. At any rate, here are all my finished objects I have specific pictures for, then a group shot of even more. Some have already found new homes, others have been worn out, while others are just gone.

The deck is DONE! Joe the Deck guy did an excellent job, mostly. Construction great, cleanup crap. I have a lot of work to do. So does the Husband. So should the Fry.

And now, for some Friday fun:

Word Search It's fast, it's easy, perfect for Friday!

Cool Picture time, too. The red line is the route we walk Lucky. We usually go clockwise and when it's late, we'll skip the bottom two cul-de-sacs. Along the top is the latest neighborhood addition. Almost all the homes there are done and most are sold. They're lovely starter homes, so clean and clutter free I want to move in. There's one home with a sunroom and lots of flowers, gorgeous.

Last summer, Lucky and I wanted to explore and found a secret valley. It's peaceful and is a great nature walk along a creek. A bonus is if we walk during dinner time, there's always someone barbequing. Good smells, good smells.


ChelleC said...

Congrats - you are on Ravelry and I found you! The new hoodie for Fry is cute. I agree about the colors being strange on #16.

Susan said...

I would have commented sooner but I had to finish the word searches *G*. Now off to finish your email. It must be all about you tonight!

Carol said...

Great! I guess I am a slot Ravelry starter. Will have to work in that this weekend. I have not uploaded anything as yet.

ChelleC said...

Oh I forgot to say, congratulations on the deck. I'm sure the time and effort you've put into it will pay off in spades as you get to use it this fall. Now you have an escape and recreation paradise in your very own yard. Wonderful!

Slow and Steady Wins the Race